A: It has changed slightly. After meeting with the curators and discussing my project with them, they made me feel more confident. There are a lot of decisions that have to be made when working with a project this large. Figuring out the materials, tools, and even a space large enough to make the work has been a challenge. Not only aesthetically, but the actual process of making it which will change the outcome as I go. I like to be free and open-minded while working and allow change if it occurs.
Q: How is this project different from or similar to work you do or have done?
A: This is the largest project I have ever worked on, and the larger stage has allowed me to be more ambitious. I have been working with the idea of foreclosure in past artwork, such as “My house is bigger than your house-Foreclosure.” This sculpture was built out of wood and was made to resemble the framing of a house where several of them were then stacked on top of one another.
Guest Blogger: Holly Wall
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